May 1, 2006

EDITOR'S MEMO In this issue...

Some staggering statistics! Risk of Injury to Child Passengers in Sport Utility

The Webster Technique: Accuracy in Definition and Protocols


EDITOR'S MEMO In this issue...

S coliosis, back pain, headaches and more! Yes all in one issue, you'll find the latest solutions and treatment techniques for these most popularly "chiropractic" conditions. Ironically, scoliosis which immediately brings to mind the need for chirop


Some staggering statistics! Risk of Injury to Child Passengers in Sport Utility

Vehicles Reference: Pediatrics, Vol. 117, No. 1, January 2006, pp. 9-14 Lauren Daly, M.D., Michael J. Kalian, M.S., Kristy B. Arbogast, Ph.D. and Dennis R. Durbin, M.D., M.S.C.E. FROM ABSTRACT: OBJECTIVE. The popularity of sport util­ity vehicles (S


The Webster Technique: Accuracy in Definition and Protocols

Protocols. W ITH THE GROWING interest from the public for chiro­practic care in pregnancy, it is important that we clarify our parameters as Doctors of Chiropractic when providing care for this population. It is also significant for us to rec­ognize


Foster an Attitude of Giving

I t's i-asy to korgi-t the many negativi; influences that shade our attitudes about life. Without consciously thinking about it, we can adopt the feelings, beliefs, and prejudices of those around us. Many of our attitudes are adopted unwittingly. So


Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis

Terry R. Yochum, D.C., D.A.C.B.R., Fellow, A.C.C.R., and Chad J. Maola, D.C. History This adult patient complains of low back pain and stiffness. Comment: The spurs of ankylosing spondylitis are fine and delicate not thick. Diffuse idiupathic skelet


Can Chiropractic Care Help Scoliosis?

Are we spinal experts or just glorified HMO therapists? by dennis woggon,, d.c. A CCORDING TO DR. ChARLI:S LaNTZ, "FuLL-SPINK chiropractic adjustments with heel lifts and . lifestyle counseling are not effective in reducing the severity of scol


The Sphenoid Pattern

(and fixing it with Koren Specific Technique) Gentlemen, damn the sphenoid bone! Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894), opening an anatomy lecture at Harvard Medical School I don't know what Holmes was complain-ing about; perhaps he was frustrated at hi


The "Chiropractic" Headache

Statistically, 78% of all headaches can be related to biomechanical problems in the upper cervical spine and can be effectively treated by a chiropractor. H EADACHE DISORDERS ACCOUNT FOR ABOUT 120 million lost workdays per year in the United States,


Managing Acute Low Back

Patients I MAGINE A SCENARIO WIII.RR A PATIENT WALKS INTO Till: CLINIC or your office in acute pain—grimacing in pain, antalgic, and guarded in all movements. You're barely able to take vital signs, and neurological and orthopedic examinations are d


The Olympic Experience: A Time for Teamwork

T up. Olympics arh an experience one never forgets. They are a highlight in one's life steeped in excitement and competition. Thousands of people from every country in the world conglomerate for two weeks, proudly waving or wearing the colors of the

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